Government "should stand behind" gas agreement: PNG minister

PROBLEMS facing the three-train expansion of LNG facilities in Papua New Guinea may have turned a corner after new petroleum minister Kerenga Kua said over the weekend the National Executive Council “agreed in principle that state should stand behind the signed agreement in the best interest of the state”.

Government "should stand behind" gas agreement: PNG minister Government "should stand behind" gas agreement: PNG minister Government "should stand behind" gas agreement: PNG minister Government "should stand behind" gas agreement: PNG minister Government "should stand behind" gas agreement: PNG minister

Oil Search's Botten cheered by "in principle" agreement

That agreement is the gas agreement signed by former prime minister Peter O'Neill and the Papua LNG joint venture partners for a two-train expansion of the facilities and development of the